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Arkansas ladies' journal. (Little Rock, Ark.) 1884-1886, December 13, 1884, Image 1

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I LITTLE rock cracker company,
■;>£a3SLV2.fao‘t‘o.x...:isi.g - 4- C©n.f©cticxi©xs, •:• Cxaclcers,
■ DEMAND CETTE GOOES F2EEOTM TOLER, GROCEH.
I Factory: Cor. Scott and 51m Streets. Warerooms and Office: 113 East Markham St.
I G. S. BRA CK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERJN
■III MSSI (HISM!.
| Silver-Plated Ware, Glassware, lamps and Chandeliers.
I
■n0 220 MAIN STREET - - - LITTLE ROCK, ARK
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AND HAVE YOl R
teG- LOVE JP o T
I A.T
■M. MAXWELL’S.
f GROCERS, ~ I
LEADERS OF, AND HEADQUARTERS FOR
Spe@£al'teiee.
Methodist Block, 415 Main Street.
LITTLE ROCK, ARK., DECEMBER 13, ism.
BAZAAR OF FASHION!
Tte Dry Goods Palace
OF
QUINN &.GRAY,
Is Deservedly Styled the BAZAAR OF
FASHION of Little Rock.
Because of their unequalled stock of
Silks, Velvets, Velveteens, Dress Eoods. Cloaks and ladies Fine Shoes l '
Unparalleled
MILLINERY PARLORS |
And Peerless Mantua Making Department.
Hone'st’and polite services to all, whether purchaser or not.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS
QUINN & GRAY
Leaders of Style and Low Prices.
120 cSc 122 St, I
Gus Blass & Co.,
The Mammoth Clothiers,
Who have the Larg »t Stock of
KJEN’S, YOUTHS’ and BOY’S CLOTHING
■ IN THE CITY, HA E MADE A
GREAT REDUCTION in PRICES
TO SUIT THE HARD TIMES AND TUE POCKET OF THE BUYER.
GO AJSFD SEIE THEM.
GUS BLASS & CO.
ALSO SAY THAT TH JJX STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Hosiery,"Cloaks and Blankets, file.. Etc.,
Has never been more Complete, and are sold at Prices which defy
competition.
The Place is 314 and 316 Main Street.
Subscription, $2.00 a Year.
T. 11. QUINN,
CiirriM 1 JlmiiiWw.
AND DEALER IN
CARRIAGE GOODS.
| Cor. Second and Cumberland Streets,
LITTLI BOCK, ABZ.
[Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer ol
COURSON’S
hio Sens bin?
BUGGY GEARING.

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